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Anna Panayiotopoulou (born on July 30) is a famous Greek actress that has starred in many series, films and theatrical plays.

She became famous after starring in the Greek series Madame Sousou in 1982.

A major hit of her career was starring as one of the three Haritou sisters, Olga, in the Greek hit series Oi Treis Harites during 1990-1992.

In 1993 she wrote and starred in the series Rosalia along with Eleni Gerasimidou. The series due to low ratings lasted only 1 season.

In 1995 she starred in another successful series Ntoltse Vita as Christina Markatou. In the series co-starred Katiana Balanika playing her best friend Sassa Papadima. The series draw high ratings and lasted 2 seasons.

Anna Panayiotopoulou has also enjoyed a successful film career, having appeared in several commercially and critically successful films such as Safe Sex (1999) and To Klama Vgike Apo ton Paradiso (Crying... Silicon Tears) (2001).


Year Title Role Notes
1973 T'Agrimia
1982 Alaloumia also writer
1982–1983 Madame Sousou Madame Sousou 40 episodes
1985–1988 Froutopia Mata the Tomato 50 episodes (voice only)
1990–1992 Oi Treis Harites Olga Xaritou 90 episodes
1993 Rosalia Rosalia also writer
1995–1997 Ntoltse Vita Christina Markatou 70 episodes
1998 Despoinis Margarita Margarita
1999 Safe Sex Rena Drouga Film
2000 Mikres Amarties Anna
2001 Crying... Silicon Tears Lavrentia Bisbiki Film
2002 Patra-Venetia Venetia
2003 Blackmail Boy (Oxygono) Party Guest Film (cameo)
2003 Epta Thanasimes Petheres Maria 1 episode
2004 Fae Ti Sokolata Sou Fofi 21 episodes
Ftasamee! Mother Film
2005 S'Agapw M'Agapas Gia Panta Anna
2006 To Kokkino Domatio Lela 1 episode
2008 Afstiros Katallilo Valia Adami Film

External links

Anna Panayiotopoulou at the Internet Movie Database

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